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Media Still Confused About Paris Climate Deal

Originally published on Think Progress.

Right now, the global climate is a patient that has no plausible chance of survival if left untreated. The climate is not merely in “critical” condition — with vital signs that are “unstable and not within normal limits.” It is getting wildly inadequate care.

The big international Paris climate talks in December are crucial to saving the patient. But, by design, they can at best slow the bleeding and get the patient upgraded to serious condition: “Vital signs may be unstable and not within normal limits. Patient is acutely ill. Indicators are questionable.” The patient is still very unlikely to survive without further aggressive treatment.

Read the full article here: The Media Is Still Confused About Whether The Paris Climate Deal Will Limit Warming To 2 Degrees

Reprinted with permission.

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